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  • Boston-Area Scientists Bringing Back City Swamp To Fight Climate Change

    WBZ Newsradio -- 07/12/2022

    Project lead Gabriel Cira says he views the Tutu as a restoration project. He’s joined by a team of researchers, including Northeastern University coastal engineer Professor Julia Hopkins.

  • White House won’t call off, and can’t placate, Supreme Court abortion protesters

    Washington Examiner -- 07/12/2022

    At the same time, Democrats are hopeful the Supreme Court’s decision will motivate their rank and file to vote in November despite multiple polls suggesting economic issues are their top concern, according to Northeastern University politics professor Costas Panagopoulos.

  • Why mass shootings fear is so pervasive: misleading statistics and marathon news coverage

    USA Today -- 07/11/2022

    Op-ed by James Alan Fox.

  • Northeastern researchers have a plan to protect Boston from rising sea levels: floating vegetation mats they call the ‘Emerald Tutu’

    Boston Globe -- 07/11/2022

    “We’re just waiting for the boat” to get started on the harbor, said Julia Hopkins, an assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering at Northeastern and lead scientist for the Emerald Tutu project, in the statement.

  • Local News Boston-Area Scientists Bringing Back City Swamp To Fight Climate Change

    In the Media -- 07/11/2022

    Project lead Gabriel Cira says he views the Tutu as a restoration project. He’s joined by a team of researchers, including Northeastern University coastal engineer Professor Julia Hopkins.

  • Helping Customers Avoid “Bad” Choices

    Medium -- 07/11/2022

    Written by Bruce Clark, Associate Professor of Marketing.

  • Digital Without Data Leads To Blindness

    Forbes -- 07/11/2022

    Written by Usama Fayyad, Executive Director, Institute for Experiential AI at Northeastern University, Founder and Chairman, Open Insights.

  • Northeastern researchers propose ‘Emerald Tutu’ to protect Boston from flooding

    Boston.com -- 07/07/2022

    Dubbed the Emerald Tutu — a riff on Frederick Law Olmsted’s iconic chain of green spaces known as the Emerald Necklace — the project is being developed by a team at Northeastern University. …

  • College COVID-19 testing can reduce coronavirus deaths in local communities

    Science News -- 07/07/2022

    “It’s tough to think of universities as just silos within cities; it’s just much more permeable than that,” says Brennan Klein, a network scientist at Northeastern University in Boston.

  • WNBA star Brittney Griner pleads guilty to drug charges in Russia

    The 19th -- 07/07/2022

    “Keeping things low key offers more flexibility for those involved in the negotiation,” said Alexandra Meise, associate teaching professor at Northeastern University School of Law. …